STEM News Archive

Americorps, SNHU [Southern New Hampshire University] partner on program to help train teachers

New Hampshire Union Leader

Paul Feely

January 12, 2021

Goodwill Northern New England Americorps and Southern New Hampshire University are partnering on a new program designed to help aspiring teachers achieve their dream.   The Teach for Impact Corps is in partnership with SNHU’s School of Education, w... Read more

Donation gets STEAM rolling at BRHS [Boothbay Region High School]

Boothbay Register

Joseph Charpentier

January 12, 2021

Boothbay Region High School will get over $84,000 in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) equipment thanks to a donation from Paul Coulombe through Boothbay Region Education Foundation. The gift is part of over $128,000 Coulombe donated to e... Read more

2 PCSD [Paulding County School District] teachers named 2021 Georgia STEM Scholars

Kristin Danley-Greiner

January 11, 2021

PAULDING COUNTY, GA — Two Paulding County School District teachers have been named 2021 Georgia STEM Scholars. The Georgia STEM Scholar Award recognizes teachers who are integrating effective STEM education in their classrooms. Georgia STEM Scholars will receiv... Read more

STEM teachers at TISD [Texarkana Independent School District] to receive national certification

Texarkana Gazette

Andrew Bell

January 09, 2021

The Texarkana Independent School District has entered the new year with a focus on improving its Science, Technology, Engineering and Math departments, now requiring their STEM teachers to be nationally certified.   "The STEM program at TISD strives... Read more

National Education Foundation announces $100million grants to disadvantaged schools

PR Underground


January 05, 2021

The National Education Foundation (NEF), the national non-profit leader in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) education, is announcing three scholarship programs to better facilitate in-class, remote, and hybrid learning during this pandemic: 100% ... Read more

TDOE [Tennessee Department of Education] and TSIN [Tennessee STEM Innovation Network] extend winter STE(A)M resource hub through March

TN Department of Education


January 05, 2021

Nashville, TN—This week, the Tennessee Department of Education and the Tennessee STEM Innovation Network (TSIN) announced the Winter STE(A)M Resource Hub, which provides weekly challenges to guide students and families in problem solving, working collaborativel... Read more

Kingdom East Afterschool Program (KEAP) STEM Adventure Program thrives despite pandemic

Caledonian Record


January 05, 2021

LYNDONVILLE — Last year, the Kingdom East Afterschool Program (KEAP) was selected to receive $66,975 in funding from the Afterschool for All Grant program. Administered by Vermont Afterschool in partnership with Vermont’s Child Development Division, over ... Read more

The future of work: How Muncie organizations are preparing for changes to tech, workforce

The Star Press


January 02, 2021

MUNCIE, Ind. — The future of work is changing. Soon — perhaps by the time the next generation of employees enter the workforce — nearly every job will have been impacted by technology, automation, advanced cloud computing or artificial intelligence,... Read more

First Lego League draws kids into STEM curriculum using play, sparking interest in robotics

Sommer Brugal

January 01, 2021

Sitting on their classroom floor in small groups, the 4- and 5-year-olds worked to piece together their very own Lego playground.   One group added a slide; a green flag marked the highest point of another’s; one girl added Lego animals to her play... Read more

Dodge County teacher named Outstanding STEM Educator

Mike Bunge

December 16, 2020

ROCHESTER, Minn. – Southeast Service Cooperative says a Kasson-Mantorville teacher has won the STEM Forward Outstanding Educator Award.   Elementary teacher Jessica Marquardt is being honored for fostering high K-12 student achievement, exhibiting ... Read more

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